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Divine Chocolate

Divine Chocolate – chocolate to cherish from the company owned by cocoa farmers

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House of St Barnabas

Check out the cultural events at this sumptuous Soho private members club with a social mission. Profits support their Employment Academy for the homeless.

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From Babies With Love

Every penny of profit we make goes to orphaned and abandoned children all around the world

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Belu

Belu reduces their environmental impact and gives all its profits to WaterAid

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Big Issue

A magazine sold on the streets that gives homeless people a chance to earn a legal income.

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Old Spike Roastery

specialist coffee that helps support the homeless community through training, jobs and housing

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SoapCo

New Luxury Brand Launch - The Soap Co www.thesoapco.org

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Fikay

Award-winning recycled and ethical fashion company that invests in its workers and funds school-building in Cambodia, Rwanda and Uganda.

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Age UK Enterprises

From insurance to energy, home broadband and even holidays for the over 50s, the commercial arm of Age UK donates all profits to the charity.

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Alive and Kicking

Quality handmade footballs score fair employment for Africans from deprived communities in their stitching centres, and promote HIV/AIDS awareness.

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Arthouse Meath

Buy original artworks and prints from this company that showcases the creative talents of people living with severe epilepsy and learning difficulties.

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Auntie Daisy

Monthly tampon and sanitary towel delivery service that donates 100% of profits to educating and empowering girls in rural Africa.

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Soak Shakes

By purchasing one of our shakes, you directly contribute to the conservation of elephant and rhino in Africa.

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DARLO

We are Darlo the ethical babywear brand! For every product purchased we donate a week's worth of meals to a child in India.

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Belgravia House of Gifts

These luxury hampers and gourmet gifts help support a charity that offers business skills and creative therapy to socially-isolated women.

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Better

Leisure centres that reinvest their profits to improve the services they offer, by training staff and upgrading facilities.

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Bikeworks

Award-winning bike shop chain that employs the homeless and runs classes for those wanting to ride safely on London’s roads and repair their own two-wheels.

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Brigade

A top class restaurant in London Bridge that trains and employs the homeless. Graduates go on to work in the country’s top restaurants.

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Café Blackburne House

This beautiful, historic building in Liverpool has a thriving café bar, women’s health suite, conference facilities and a nursery – all helping fund women’s education.

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Cafédirect

Coffee company that works directly with expert smallholders, paying them what they deserve instead of middlemen. Over 75% of growers are shareholders.

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Circle Sports

Get kitted out at this London sports store selling fashionable clothing and footwear with all profits invested in training for long-term unemployed youth.

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CLARITY

Luxury toiletries from an enterprise that’s been providing employment for blind and disabled people for over 160 years.

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Co-Operative Energy

An energy company owned by its customers promising fair prices, clarity and transparency and a commitment for carbon content to be half the national average.

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Co-wheels

Car-sharing scheme in Durham encouraging the community to kick their car habit and use their smart-card operated vehicles instead.

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Dalston Roof Park

Hip Dalston café/bar with a view of the London's skyline and an open air cinema. Run by Bootstrap, which supports creative and social micro-enterprises.

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Dartington Hall

Explore the historic gardens or visit the on-site barn cinema at this hotel/conference centre that actively supports the arts, social justice and sustainability.

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Ebico

Ebico Ltd is a not-for-profit gas and electricity supplier aiming to offer a better, fairer deal for domestic energy to British households.

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Eden Project

With flowers, plants, gifts and wildlife kits, the online shop for this award-winning eco-attraction in Cornwall is as abundant as its indoor rainforest!

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Phone Co-op

The Phone Co-op is a consumer co-operative that exists to serve its members, and inspire others with an alternative, better model for business and the economy.

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Elvis & Kresse

From bags and belts to cufflinks, key rings and shoes, these accessories are made from reclaimed materials including fire-hose that would otherwise go to landfill.

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Fairphone

A smartphone made from conflict-free materials that support great performance rather than warfare; and produced in a factory that treats its workers well.

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Book Reserve

The Book Reserve is two businesses in one: A café and an second hand bookstore that has been set up to specifically employ twelve young parents who have had contact with the justice system each year.

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Global SeeSaw

Fairtrade gifts, bags, fashion and homeware with all profits re-invested to create employment for women who have been trafficked into prostitution.

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Goodbeans

This cold brew coffee company boosts local community projects with a percentage of their profits.

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Thinking Flowers?

Thinking Flowers? question’s global sustainability concerns in the cut-flower industry. Locally, we offer; floral design, upcycling, donation and green waste disposal.

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Harry Specter's Chocolates

Handmade, premium chocolates using ethically-sourced, sustainable cocoa. Harry's provides employment opportunities for those on the autistic spectrum.

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HiSbe

Buy your groceries from this Brighton-based store, which aims to be the first in a chain of ethical, affordable supermarkets.

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House of St Barnabas

Check out the cultural events at this sumptuous Soho private members club with a social mission. Profits support their Employment Academy for the homeless.

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Hoxton Street Monster Supplies

Get your paws on themed notepads, t-shirts and sweets in this shop launched by Nick Hornby to fund creative writing & mentoring for young people.

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Jaunty Flaneur

This luxury sock company provides work for the homeless, re-invests all profit and lets customers donate a pair of socks to rough sleepers when they buy online.

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Mazi Mas

Tuck in to some authentic home-cooking at this 'roaming restaurant' that creates employment opportunities for migrant and refugee women.

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One

Bottled water brand that donates 100% of its profit. £10m has been raised, helping 2.5m people.

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Pants to Poverty

Get your hands on these ethically-made pants that help farmers in developing countries get a fair deal for their cotton.

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Paper and Cup

Two coffee bookshops in East London offering training and work experience for the long-term unemployed and those recovering from addiction.

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Pink elephant cards

Exquisite wedding stationery, lovingly handcrafted by adults with learning disabilities/difficulties who develop confidence and employability skills.

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Popup Bikes

Manchester’s cycle café provides everything you need to ride into the city: indoor cycle parking; changing facilities; bike repairs and barista-style coffee house.

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Rubies in the Rubble

Tasty handmade jams and chutneys made from surplus fruit and veg, tackling food waste and creating work for those struggling to find employment.

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Tea People

Wide range of quality teas and the option to create bespoke blends with 50% of profits funding education in the tea-growing region of Darjeeling.

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The Brink

Somewhere to hang out without the booze, this alcohol-free café in Liverpool has a buzzing events programme. All profits support those who have suffered with addiction.

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The Lexi Cinema

Every ticket, bowl of popcorn and glass of wine at The Lexi helps fund child education and welfare in Lynedoch Village in South Africa.

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Triodos Bank

Open a savings account with this ethical bank that will only invest your money in organisations with a positive social impact.

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Watershed

Bristol's cutting-edge arts space overlooks the harbour and has a stunning cafe/bar with a 'Plot to Plate' policy, serving local, seasonal food.

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Who Made Your Pants?

An ethical pants powerhouse that helps women from refugee communities learn language and business skills, making lingerie in the process.

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RECOVER

Vibrantly creative, original furniture and cushions from RECOVER's artisan workshop, which aims to ‘up-cycle furniture and lives’.

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Bella Kenisis

An ethical women’s sportswear brand. For each item sold, we fund a business education for a woman in rural India.

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Give Me Tap

These sleek water bottles can be filled with free tap water at participating restaurants, saving waste and funding clean drinking water in Africa.

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BearGood

At BearGood, we believe that every child has the right to a safe and caring living environment, access to healthcare and an education.

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Two Fingers Brewing

Two Fingers Brewing Co. make award-winning beer that isn’t just better tasting but better for mankind, because all profits go to Prostate Cancer UK.

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